From IMDb: An actress gets mixed up with a criminal gang and winds up taking the rap for a $40,000 robbery. Before she's sent to prison, she steals the money from her cohorts and hides it, intending to use it as a bargaining chip to win her release from prison. However, her former partners have other ideas.
Stars: Faye Emerson, Julie Bishop, Frank Wilcox, Roland Drew, and Jackie C. Gleason
A huge suspension of disbelief needed here - then its enjoyable enough, with some decent acting from all involved. Early appearance of Jackie Gleason, yes THAT Jackie Gleason - "And away we go."
October 16, 2010 Subject:
Nice gangster movie from 1942. The acting is not bad and the story moves along well. The movie hangs up at about 59 minutes 29 seconds, as if it is buffering, even though the movie has fully downloaded.
4 stars overall and an extra for the fact that this is one of the few gangster movies from the period where they don't even utter the word "racket."